March 2019 news
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The University of Stirling has hosted an event exploring how gender-based violence can be prevented on college and university campuses.
Experts have used an innovative approach to model the proposed reintroduction of the Eurasian lynx to Scotland.
Violence against staff working in long-term care facilities – including physical assault, verbal abuse and sexual harassment – has become “normalised”, according to a new University of Stirling study.
A former national newspaper editor – and new University of Stirling honorary professor – will outline the future of journalism in a talk tomorrow night.
A senior UK politician visited the University of Stirling today (Friday 22 March) to hear about its internationally renowned work on ageing and dementia.
University of Stirling academics are collaborating on a major new research project on cinema from the 1930s onwards.
Health warnings on plain-packaged cigarettes have more of an impact on smokers than those on branded packs, according to new research from the University of Stirling.
A Japanese-led space mission – involving a University of Stirling scientist – has reported its initial findings from its investigation of asteroid Ryugu.
The captain of the University of Stirling women’s football team has travelled to Barcelona to participate in a new initiative supporting female sporting and professional talent.
A new study involving the University of Stirling has shed fresh light on the link between the life history of fish and their behaviour.
Young people’s awareness of alcohol marketing – and their ownership of alcohol-branded merchandise – is associated with increased and higher-risk consumption, a landmark study has found.
A University of Stirling academic is today celebrating after receiving a prestigious award from the British Psychological Society (BPS).
A smartphone app that shares secrets of Scotland’s coalmining heritage – through interactive guided walks – has been created by a University of Stirling academic.
The £20 million transformation of the University of Stirling’s sports facilities has reached a major milestone this week as it prepares for the commencement of building works.
University of Stirling curling scholar Ross Whyte enjoyed a successful World University Winter Games as he inspired Team GB’s men’s team to a bronze medal.
A University of Stirling researcher has co-ordinated a national conference on women’s football – held at Scotland’s national football stadium.
The University of Stirling and Students’ Union joined forces yesterday to mark the institution’s commitment to not invest in fossil fuel companies.
The University of Stirling has been shortlisted in the national Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
Experts have shed new light on the relationship between predators and their prey after studying how elk responded to the risk posed by grey wolves in an American national park.
The world’s leading experts on designing environments for people living with dementia are set to gather in Stirling for a major event looking at the latest developments in the sector.
The University of Stirling has been awarded a share of £850,000 to lead a research project aiming to inspire international action on marine plastic pollution.
First-year curling scholar Ross Whyte enjoyed a memorable opening ceremony at the World University Winter Games in Russia - after being selected as Team GB’s flag-bearer.
Management School Students take the chance to trade in real-time on Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Aquaculture experts at the University of Stirling are leading a £2 million study that aims to provide important information on the impact of innovative farming technologies on salmon.
Child welfare expert tells Holyrood committee smacking ban is “long overdue”
The University of Stirling will host the finals of a national public speaking competition that promotes and supports young people to look at, think about and discuss art.
The University of Stirling hosted a Japanese for Beginners event for student teachers in a bid to encourage them to take foreign language skills in to the classroom.
Two business students from the University of Stirling are aiming to revolutionise the agritourism industry in Scotland after devising a new web platform linking holidaymakers with farm hosts.
The UK Government’s immigration plans could reduce the number of workers in Scotland by up to five per cent over the next two decades, an expert panel has warned.
Rising tensions between neighbouring nations will be the focus of a NATO simulation exercise involving University of Stirling students.